Revel in the stunning coastal scenery on a journey along the Great Ocean Road or come directly via the Princes Highway to this year’s District 9800 Conference in Warrnambool. Or travel by train directly from the city to your destination.
Breathe in the sea air with a stroll along the foreshore, discover the region’s rich maritime past at Flagstaff Hill and the ancient geological history at Tower Hill Reserve. Continue on to the charming fishing village of Port Fairy and play a round of golf at the links course rated 34 by Australian Golf magazine. Check out the Warrnambool Art Gallery and renowned restaurants, such as the Pickled Pig hatted by the Age Good Food guide. Sample a boutique brew at the award winning Flying Horse Bar and Brewery. Taste locally made cheeses at the Warrnambool Cheese and Butter factory, first established in 1888.
At the Lighthouse Theatre high profile and inspiring speakers from diverse backgrounds will address the theme of “The Power to Make a Difference”. You will have a choice of informative breakout sessions and can participate in a hands on project and select from a number of short tours.
Conference Chair Di Gillies supported by the outstanding team at the Rotary Club of Balwyn have been busy planning with Peter and Anne to ensure this conference will be an outstanding opportunity for every attendee. The Program already highlights some of the fabulous features of the Flagstaff Coast, and on Sunday afternoon, an opportunity to participate in a Rotary in action, hands on project.
Stan Grant has already been confirmed as a Keynote Speaker, alongside Mandy Drury, well known to this year’s conference attendees and those who attended the Foundation Centennial dinner..
Registrations are now open with the Early Bird rate effective until 30th November. First time conference attendees have been offered a significant price reduction.
From: Friday March 16, 2018, 11:00 am
To: Sunday March 18, 2018, 1:30 pm
25 Liebig Street, Warrnambool VIC 3280